Parametic Delay is Benk Robo and Dittea. We often imagine how our childhood was, wishing that we could shrink back into a kindergarten state, running endlessly, tirelessly playing and filled with a joyous smile. The first song in this modest work is entitled "Childhood Reheated" containing this childhood imagination. Filled with tales told by parents, a house made of cake and chocolate, playing football in the clouds, being a dwarf, being a superhero, dreaming about a small spots of ice cream rain. These memories are presented in the next song, "Drizzle ice". Re-achieving childhood dreams is difficult or maybe impossible to reach. This obsession is contained in the song "Depict the dream". A love that is universal; it could be affection, peacefulness, mutual understanding, also shared some happiness. Love is hard to get in this life, full of war and chaos. Present through the song entitled "Love song before sleep", a hope that love will always be around when falling asleep and staying there when eys open. Sharing memories with the hearts of all people is the last song "To your Heart". All which undergo a cycle of life, grow up and grow older, stay awake in the memories, hopes, dreams and love that will always make the world warm. Love Song Before Sleep is released in part with Nowaki Net Label.
July 18, 2011 Subject:
NetMusic Life review
NetMusic Life review here.
July 11, 2011 Subject:
Parametric Delay’s bubbly electronic visions of childhood
Parametric Delay’s EP on the No-Source netlabel and the Nowaki Net Label is all light beats, flittering melodic lines on wispy thin synths, and bubbles. Lots of rainbow-colored bubbles flying in random patterns everywhere. There is just a hint of the sinister in these arrangements (which draws a host of similarities with early music by Air and Plone), but as a whole, the EP is meant to encapsulate the innocence and bright-eyed optimism of children by creating modern lullabies. Even the titles of their tracks seek to exude child-like wonder: “Drizzle Ice,” “Love Song Before You Sleep.”
Read my full review at: http://audiostylites.wordpress.com/2011/07/11/parametric-delays-bubbly-electronic-visions-of-childhood/